Magiscope Inventor Dennis Brock to Hold Homeschool Workshop
Students and their parents or guardians are invited to spend an afternoon with Magiscope inventor Dennis Brock, discussing and exploring how to look at nature from a different perspective. This free educational event is Wednesday, March 2 from 12noon-2pm at Camp Bayou.
Registration is required and space is limited. Students are welcome to bring their own samples for exploring. If you are considering making a Magiscope or accessories purchase, you may visit www.Magiscope.com, and email your interest to Jill at email@example.com to ensure items are available the day of the workshop.
To register, please contact Deborah at DRTheisen@verizon.net or (813) 907-1398. Please include your name, the names and ages of children, email address and phone number. Visit www.CampBayou.org for directions.
Camp Bayou is neither a campground nor a summer camp. It was an RV park before the County's ELAP program purchased the land but it is now open for day use only, open to the general public. Through volunteers, donations, membership and grants, the RCDF offers pre-scheduled programs to schools, youth groups, adult groups and families plus it's open from Thursday- Saturday from 9am-2pm for passive recreational pursuits such as wildlife watching, nature photography and trail walks. General admission is still FREE.
The Camp Bayou Outdoor Learning Center is a public- private partnership between the non-profit Ruskin Community Development Foundation, Inc. (RCDF) and Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation. Camp Bayou is located 3 miles south of SR674 at the end of 24th St SE in Ruskin. More information is on the web at www.campbayou.org or call 813-641-8545.